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Formerly a residence for one of the historical Meiji Restoration leaders, Ikumatsu is located in front of the Takase-gawa River and Kamo-gawa River. An open-air dining area is offered during the summer season. Kyoto Shiyakusho-mae Train Station is a 2-minute walk, and Keihan Sanjo Train Station is a 3-minute walk away. Each Japanese-style room features tatami (woven-straw) flooring and a private toilet. A refrigerator, an electric kettle, and a TV are included. Most rooms are equipped with Japanese futon bedding and a private bath. The Ishin-an restaurant serves Japanese dishes for lunch. A traditional Kyoto-style multi-course dinner is available for an extra cost. Guests can request for massage services for an extra cost, or relax in the shared bath for free. Luggage storage and shoe shine services are available for all guests. Ikumatsu is a 20-minute walk from Yasaka Shrine and Heian Jingu Shrine. Sanju Sangendo Temple is a 10-minute drive away.
An accommodation tax per person per night is not included in the price and needs to be paid at the property.
The hotel has a curfew at 00:00. Guests cannot enter or leave the hotel after this time.
You must inform the hotel in advance what time you plan to check in. If your check-in time changes, please update the hotel.
To eat dinner at the hotel, a reservation must be made in advance.